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Landscaper Caught in Germantown Attack; Suspect Shot, Officers Injured in Tacony; Warrington Groper
  by: iradioal - Philadelphia, PA
started: 08/21/18 2:30 am | updated: 08/21/18 2:31 am
Philadelphia Police have arrested a man accused of posing as a landscaper and then sexually assaulting a women at gunpoint in East Germantown earlier this month. 22-year-old Keion Wells of the 6600 block of Crawson Street is charged with aggravated assault, robbery, rape, sex assault and other offenses. It happened on August 7 on the unit block of East Johnson Street. Wells pretended to be a landscaper before he attacked the victim in her home at gunpoint. He then stole her cell phone. Surveillance footage caught images of the suspect, which were released to the public.

A suspect was shot and killed and three officers were injured when police attempted to serve a warrant in the Tacony section of Philadelphia on Monday afternoon, 8/20. It happened around 4 p.m. at the intersection of Princeton Avenue and Hegerman Street. Officers from the Northeast Narcotics Field Unit were setting up to serve a search warrant on the 7100 block of Cottage Street when they saw the suspect driving in a black Toyota Camry. They followed the suspect and when he stopped, three officers approached the vehicle. The suspect struck one of the officers with the car, injuring his knee and hip. Another officer then opened fire, shooting three times and killing the suspect. All three injured officers were taken to the hospital with non life-threatening injuries. The officer-involved shooting is under investigation.

Authorities in Bucks County are searching for a man wanted for groping several teenage girls inside a Target store last week. It happened last Thursday, 8/16, in the store on Easton Road. Warrington Township police say that the man touched a 15-year-old girl. While they were reviewing surveillance tape they saw him grope a second young girl in the store. He was last seen driving a window-lee silver van. If you have any information call Warrington Township Police. See photo below.

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 by: iradioal - Philadelphia, PA | responded: 08/21 2:31 am
Suspect wanted for groping in Warrington Target store


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